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How do I remove chromatic aberration?
Last Updated: 29th March, 2020
- Open Lightroom and zoom in on a part of your image where youseevisible chromatic aberrations.
- Click to the 'Lens Correction' panel (in the 'Develop'module)in either the 'Basic' or 'Color' tab.
- Click the 'Remove Chromatic Aberrations' checkbox toturnit on.
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In this manner, what does it mean to remove chromatic aberration?
Chromatic aberration is a phenomenon causedbydistortion of the lens. First off, let me share the exampleabove,where you can see a 100 percent crop of a photo whereyoucan see the distortion. If you look around the edges ofthebuilding against the sky, you can clearly see themagentalines and out-of-focus effect.
Likewise, what causes chromatic aberration? Chromatic aberration (also known ascolorfringing or dispersion) is a common problem in lenseswhich occurswhen colors are incorrectly refracted (bent) by thelens, resultingin a mismatch at the focal point where the colors donot combine asthey should.
Moreover, how do I get rid of chromatic aberration in Lightroom?
First, zoom in tight on an area of your image wheretheaberrations are really visible. Then go to theLensCorrection panel (in the Develop Module) and in either theBasictab or the Color tab turn on the “RemoveChromaticAberrations' checkbox, and see how it looksnow.
How do you stop color fringing?
Commonly advocated methods of avoiding purplefringinginclude:
- Avoid shooting with a wide-open lens in highcontrastscenes.
- Avoid overexposing highlights (e.g. specular reflectionsandbright sky behind dark objects).
- Shoot with a Haze-2A or other strong UV-cut filter.